Vocab Of The day

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  1. UNRULY (ADJECTIVE): Loud

Synonyms: boisterous, noisy

Antonyms: quite, silent

Example Sentence: The unruly activists belonged to ABC political party.

  1. BRADE (VERB): to be angry

Synonyms: irritate, chafe

Antonyms: soothe, appease

Example Sentence: He was braded over such a trivial issue.

  1. OBSEQUIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Submissive

Synonyms: complacent, abject

Antonyms: arrogant, brazen

Example Sentence: Some members of his team are pretty much obsequious.

  1. AGGRIEVED (ADJECTIVE): Disturbed

Synonyms: oppressed, wronged

Antonyms: comforted, pleased

Example Sentence: Aggrieved family of the martyr paid last tribute to his dear body.

  1. CONGREGATE (VERB): Assemble

Synonyms: collect, gather

Antonyms: disperse, distribute

Example Sentence: The crowd congregated amid drizzle to celebrate international Yoga day.

  1. IMPECUNIOUS (ADJECTIVE): Poverty-Stricken

Synonyms: penniless, poor

Antonyms: wealthy, rich

Example Sentence: I wonder why only impecunious people are dominated by the upper middle class.

  1. ALLEGIANCE (NOUN): loyalty

Synonyms: dedication, adherence

Antonyms: apathy, dishonour

Example Sentence: The party proved its allegiance to the public.

  1. WOEFUL (ADJECTIVE): Miserable

Synonyms: anguished, calamitous

Antonyms: cheery, hopeful

Example Sentence: Due to woeful state of his job his family is hand to mouth.

  1. SMIRK (VERB): smile coyly

Synonyms: sneer, simper

Antonyms: frown, cry

Example Sentence: The little girl smirked over her pet’s activities.

  1. DIMINUTIVE (ADJECTIVE): small and weak

Synonyms: inconsequential, puny

Antonyms: giant, mammoth

Example sentence: The baby took very diminutive steps.